|Version 2 (modified by simonmar, 8 years ago) (diff)|
There are some documents on coding style:
To submit patches to the developers, please use darcs send. You don't need any special permission to do this.
If you have commit permission (pretty easy to get, just demonstrate your competence by sending us a patch or two first), then you can use darcs push to commit changes directly to the main repository.
$ darcs push <account>@darcs.haskell.org:/home/darcs/ghc
(change ghc to the name of the repository if you're pushing changes from one of the sub-repositories, like testsuite, or a package such as base. Note: darcs push requires that SSH is working and can log in to your account on darcs.haskell.org.
Do not forget to darcs record your changes first!
Please test changes before committing: you can run a cut-down version of the full test suite like this:
$ cd testsuite/tests/ghc-regress $ make fast
You need to have testsuite checked out, of course. Running make fast should only take a few minutes.